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Student journalist freedom bill advances to Senate

Our student journalist freedom bill, House Bill 1130, passed the full House 88-4 and now advances to a Senate Education Committee hearing March 15 at 1:30 p.m. Students are invited ...

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New Voices team drafts, launches House Bill 1130

  New Voices Team Eight of the high school and college New Voices team members met at the Indiana Statehouse on Wednesday, Dec. 7 to help draft legislation for a ...

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IDS: Bill would protect student press rights

Indiana University’s student newspaper, Indiana Daily Student, recently published an article about Indiana High School Press Association director Diana Hadley and her work with the New Voices of Indiana team ...

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2017 Student Journalist of the Year information now available

Students interested in applying for Student Journalist of the Year should visit ...
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Munster High School adviser receives teacher inspiration award honor

This news was originally posted on the Journalism Education Association’s web page. For ...
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Woman’s Press Club offers free entry to communications contest

The National Federation of Press Women (NFPW) and its state affiliate, Woman’s ...

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Student journalist freedom bill passes committee unanimously

Selena Qian was one of six high school and college student journalists who testified for House Bill 1130 this week. Williams planned to testify, but he had to leave before the bill was heard. Rep. Ed Clere, R-New Albany, and the bill’s sponsor, read Williams’ testimony. The bill passed the education committee hearing Thursday, Feb. 16 with a 13-0 vote. […]

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Opening convention day attracts 500 students

Franklin College President Thomas Minar captured a moment with student journalists before a live broadcast of WFYI’s “No Limits” show featuring Walter “Robby” Robinson of the Boston Globe Spotlight team. Nearly 400 students from Indiana and 133 from other states attended the opening JEA/NSPA 2016 Convention session at Franklin College.

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Pike’s April Moss wins 2016 Adviser of the Year

April Moss, publications adviser at Pike High School, received the Ella Sengenberger “Adviser of the Year” Award at the Indiana High School Press Association state convention on Nov. 11, 2016.

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